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The secret to Clippers' historic comeback vs. Warriors has been hiding in plain sight

LOS ANGELES - As the bus barreled from an arena in Oakland toward a luxury hotel in San Francisco on Saturday night, Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley focused on the glowing screen of a laptop. He wanted to see Game 1's seams, to know where exactly it had come apart hours earlier.

The video ran, then he'd rewind. Play, rewind.

Beverley saw the Clippers' inability to capitalize on Golden State's turnovers and their loss of composure toward referees during a key stretch late in

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